What is the Student Engagement Grants (SEG)?
Grants are available for the fall, spring, and summer sessions. Full-time students, when selected, receive $750 in tuition/fee assistance and $500 textbook assistance per term. Part-time students receive $500 tuition/fee assistance and $250 textbook assistance per term.
Grants are appropriated for the academic year. A grant recipient who demonstrates commitment to the project initiative and maintains academic eligibility may receive funding for each session.
What are the program goals?
To provide extra curricular activities that:
- support of special college initiatives
- support of recruitment efforts and enrollment in targeted programs
- improved student retention through financial support
- improved student retention through increased opportunities for student engagement
What are the minimum eligibility and process?
Grant eligibility requires achievement and maintenance of a minimum 2.5 grade point average.
Faculty members request consideration of their SEG proposals through completion and submission of the SEG Faculty Proposal Application.
After selection and approval of faculty proposals, student applications are solicited.
How do I become a member?
Students interested in the Student Engagement Grant must meet the minimum eligibility requirements and complete the program process with assist from referred faculty member.
Chaired by Mary Kunz (Department Chair--Tourism, Hospitality, and Culinary Arts), the Student Engagement Grant committee consists of nine faculty members.
Contact one of the program managers for more information about the Student Engagement Grant and how you could participate. See the list of Program Managers and contact information.